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good morning, america. breaking news. night of violence. protests erupt in the streets after police in milwaukee shoot an armed man. officers in riot gear under attack. >> i'm getting injured officers here. shots fired, shots fired. >> this businesses blazing. the scene and the investigation this morning. historic floods. relentless rain causing these scenes of disaster. >> get out. give me a knife. give me a knife. >> her dog. >> just in the nick of time. >> residents forced from their homes. packing up pets and possessions as rivers rise to record levels. and it's not over. more rain is on the way.
donald trump taking on a new opponent. >> i'm not running against contradicted hillary clinton. i'm running against the crooked media. >> with his poll numbers plummeting and in must-win battleground states, will this in strategy work. and going out with a gold. michael phelps' last performance in the pool making it count. >> phelps has snagged the lead. >> snabing his 23rd gold me now in an amazing olympic farewe farewell. and good sunday morning, everyone. dan, once again off. it's great to have ryan smith next to me. hey, you came back for more. >> you let me come back twice. thank you. what a night in rio. michael phelps swimming his last laps. going out with a gold.
decorated olympian. 28 medals. 23 of them gold. says good-bye. >> will he feel the itch? he says, no. he's out. he's done. first, let's get to the breaking news out of milwaukee. tensions running high with frightening scenes on the streets overnight. all of this coming after police shot an armed man two was running away from a traffic stop. eva pilgrim joins >> reporter: a chaotic, violent scene in milwaukee after a many died in an officer-involved shooting. this morning, we know the officer involve sd a six-year veteran of the force and he was wearing a body camera. overnight, violence erupting in milwaukee during a protest in response to a deadly ster-involved shooting. >> this is the police. leave the area. >> reporter: officers out in
cover in the smoke-filled streets as the sound of gunshots ring out. >> the community, we're not going to protect ourselves. but if we don't have anyone to protect us, then this is what you get. >> reporter: this police car destroyed. >> shots fired. too many rox coming. >> reporter: this car, up in flame. >> this is the whole gas station. >> reporter: idi buildings tonched. hundreds of people flooded the streets sad night. >> if you love your son, if you love your daughter, get them home right now before more damage is done. >> reporter: racial tension boiling over as the crowd protesting the des of an armed man shot and killed earlier that day. >> the man is a 23-year-old male. from milwaukee. with a lengthy arrest record. the gun at the scene that we're recovering was stolen in a
of ammunition. >> reporter: the officer told him to drop the weapon. when he did not come ply, the officer shot twice. >> there's other ways to apprehend a person. i don't understand that at all in the community. >> reporter: one officer hospitalized after a brick was thrown through his window. striking him in the head. the mayor making the plea to parents overnight to get their children home way. >> and the body cam video, whether it be released? >> we'll have to wait and see. the historic and deadly flooding in the south. water is rising extremely fast. emergency crews continue to pull off rescues like this one. this woman saved from her sinking car. >> reporter: paula, good morning. yeah, we've been watching those rescues all morning. the situation here zbeting
ago. those floodwaters are rising fast. they're closing in from every direction. overnight, massive flooding terrorizing louisiana. damaging homes, hooroads, vehic. take a look that dramatic rescue. >> goat out. give me a knife, give me a knife. >> reporter: a woman and her dog submerged. >> get my dog, get my dog. >> i got your dog. >> reporter: communities coming together e under devastating circumstances. not only are rescue teams rushing to help, neighbors are using their own boats to get people to safety. as families are forced to evacuate their homes and flee to safety. >> we woke up this morning about a foot next to the door.
>> reporter: you just started grabbing your things and throwing them into trash bags. in many cases, that meant their pets. >> e we just saved this cat. he was scared to death. >> reporter: the louisiana national guard sending in helicopters to bring people to safety. >> it's about 30 feet below. >> reporter: torrential rainfall of1 inches in 4 hours. at least three people are dead. including one man swept away from his home. people who live here say this disaster is now more deaf stating than hurricane katrina was. another problem is the shelters. they're completely full or flooded out themselves. they've run out of places to put people. there are people that are homeless with literally no place to go. ryan? >> a precarious situation indeed. thank you, phillip. joining us is lieutenant
at this point, what is your number one priority? >> it's absolutely saving lives. this is a search and rescue operation while these conditions continue to get worse around us. >> governor john bell edwards called the flooding historic, unprecedented. nearly two feet of rain in almost 4 hours. what type of resources have you had to deploy so far? >> the high water vehicle, the boats are invaluable. in many thing that can get around. it's the only way we can get to some of these people. we have aircraft that are extremely helpful. we're hearing reports of people on the roofs of their houses in very precarious situations. the helicopters are able to pluck some people off the roofs. those are the assets we bring to the fight. they're uniquely military. it comes in handy. >> people on the roofs doing anything they can to survive. we understand a good number of
you're trying to get to them as well. how soon do you think you'll get most of the folks out there out of harm's way? >> we just keep going as the situations dictate. that's the trick with water and that's the trick can storms. we're able to move assets around and try to pre-position. we can see the direction that the storm's going. the waters are shifting. the rivers are rising. we're reacting to that. it's a living, changing, m thing we're reacting to. we'll keep going to where we need to be. staying close to the parishes and answering the calls of the people. >> and not only that, the water conditions. you're talk agent power outages in different asias. road closings as well. how difficult has this made your job of saving lives? >> in -- access is always the key. and water cuts off access, so, sure, it becomes a hindrance for us as well.
around and get to people. it makes everyone's job harder. it increases the urgency of it. we'll stay out here and do this as long as we're needed. >> lieutenant colonel ed bush. thank you so much for not only your work but the work of your soldiers. >> thank you. >> a search and rescue operation. this rain is not going anywhere. let's check in with rob who is tracking it. the rain is on the north. it's rained so much. it's saturated. all you need is a quarter, half-inch of rain and we're looking at more flooding. one spot northeast of baton rouge, 31 inches of rain. more rain to come. flood watch there is. streaming it up mississippi, ohio rivers as well. flash flood watches for the mid south getting into the midwest through at least tuesday.
the amount of humidity top to bottom in the atmosphere. that is streaming north. more rain for a lot of people. back over the you. >> thank you, rob. next to rio. what was an emotional moment as we saw the most decorated olympic athlete say good-bye. michael phelps won gold in what he says is his last olympics er china great britain, germany, and japan. good morning, matt. >> reporter: bon gia, paula. it was bittersweet saying good-bye to the greatest olympian ever. i kofered the 008 games when michael phelps became famous. michael fephelps is okay with h
sport of swimming. of course, he has. this morning, the greatest olympi olympian, michael fems, leaving the pool with another olympic record. winning his 23rd gold in saturday night's relay, celebrating with teammates. his five golds and his silver here, a swan song only phelps could have composed. he tells nbc sports he's ready for what is next. >> it's not tend of a career. it's the beginning of a new >> reporter: phelps may be done. but kate ie ledecky just gettin started. he won a race by 11 seconds. you win the race, you touch the wall, you're 11 seconds ahead of the next competitors. that is a long time in sports. can you tell us more about what was going through your mind? >> it's nothing different than any other time. i mean, i think, throughout the race, i was just -- appreciating
>> reporter: team usa earning its 1,000th career medal after the women's swimming relay team claimed victory. the pool is kind to swimmers. not to organizers. the algae infiltration turned the diving pool green. not drained after being stuck in an elevator at the start of the game, juan on saturday, he beat rafael nadal. he's ranked 154th in the world. right now, heading to the finals. facing defending champion andy murray. great britain's mo farrah making an amazing come back. tripping and falling, shrugging it off. and still winning gold. another win for the u.s. jeb henderson claiming gold on
dominating their fellow champions we enlisted allison sh mitt to show us how they dominate. giving me a head start of a whole lap taking off only once i touched the far wall. i barely beat her. then we set off together. i felt the wake as she shot past me. watch her dplid ahead as i flailed to keep out. my best time? 41 the world record twice that fast. >> you're good. >> reporter: now, his coach saying last night that phelps is in such a good head space, he doesn't need to come back. another factor may be in play here. the training. it's ridiculously arduous. allison schmitt said they swim 40,000 meters a week. that's 4 miles. she said she feels more comfortable in the pool than on
water. i don't recommend anybody trying it at home. >> don't try that at home. >> matt, they were very much into the shirtless matt gutman. >> no, we weren't. no, we weren't. >> i was. >> you have fans here. keep that in mind next time you decide to go for a swim. let's turn to politics and the race for the white house. donald trump saying he has a new opponent. mary bruce joins us from los angeles. good morning. >> reporter: gd donald trump often points a finger at the press. this morning, he's going further. threatening to revoke the credentials of "the new york times" and saying he's campaigning against the media. >> these people are so dishonest. >> reporter: this morning, donald trump is revealing his true opponent. >> i'm not running against crooked hillary clinton. i'm running against the crooked media.
repeated claims that the president and clinton founded isis. >> donald trump said that he is the founder of isis. then they debated for two days. i think he's wrong. >> reporter: overnight, trump promising a local cancer patient that he'll always tell him the truth. while admitting to other voters -- >> i might lie to you like hillary does all the time, but i won't lie to gi >> reporter: his numbers are must-win battlegrounds are dropping. >> we're making a big move for the state of connecticut, just so you understand. >> reporter: now, notice pli silent this weekend, hillary clinton. she's opting instead to let donald trump's remarks speak for themselves. paula? >> for more political analysis, let's check in with our team at "this week."
>> good morning. >> we say this every week. it was a rough week on the trail for donald trump. he's slump nlg the polls in some key states. now there's a scathing tharlt says he's resistant to advice from his advisers. in private, he's sullen and erratic. how damaging is this? >> this is pretty serious. trump himself seems conflicted about what is best for the campaign. his free-wheeling style from the primaries where he was so campaign managers to rein it in. that piece in "the new york times" suggests that the campaign is losing the battle. he's nearly out of time to right his campaign. trump responded on twitter calling the story fiction. it's taking a toll with voters with trump down in key swing states like virginia and colorado and running the risk of reaching a point of no return. >> now blaming the media, the crooked media.
the fbi is investigating claims of personal information of nearly every democrat in the house being leaked? how serious is this? >> it's extremely serious. with one leading democrat describing it as an e electronic watergate breakin and return ya is believed to be behind this. this is a mix of personal and professional information. that includes cell phone numbers. >> we know you have a great show to prepa show and tell us whether or not there san opening for him. "this week" comes up later on abc. >> feeling the heat on the campaign trail. rob is talking about the heat all over the country. >> i'm catching up on my megawatts. over 11,60 megawatts used this weekend. 96 degrees in the shade. they should write a song about that. >> in the shade? >> yes.
better. people doing they'll could to cool off. you talk that i in the sun, it feels like 120, 130. just relentless heat here. thunderstorms pop up. some beautiful and cooled you off. there's one in rockaway beach. we had dangerous lightning strikes. one in lake george yesterday causing injuries. be aware. quick on your feet. maybe a little cooler today. just less hot i guess. we don't cool off until wednesday or thursday when a weak cooon mike: hot weather pushing in caused some thunderstorms last night, but today it means lots of extensive heat and humidity. an advisory has been issued because the heat index will make it feel like it is over 100 degrees. advisory starts at 11:00 and
96 degrees. >> sara's not happy with you. >> we didn't give the beach forecast. >> that's next? >> you would have added graphics. >> it's 96 degrees in the shade. ? 96 degrees in the shade ? >> oh, my gosh. >> wow. >> a new boy band. >> the only place to go from here is to ron. for some news. >> no other choice. >> to get us back on track. > where the leader of a mosque, the imam and his assistant, were fatally shot and killed outside the mosque. both men shot in the back of the head, execution-style. investigators are looking through surveillance video that they say shows a suspect in a dark polo shirt approach the victims from behind. and this morning, police in switzerland are investigating what led man to set fire to
one woman has died. five other people on the train injured in the attack. one of them a 6-year-old child. the 27-year-old suspect was subdued. he's been taken to the hospital for treatment. police are not ruling out terrorism as a motive. a family of four walked away unharmd after their small plane that they were in crashed just after takeoff. the father as the controls. his wife and two children on board when he realized they were in serious trouble in the plane, he parachute. the aircraft floated into an intersection. the family able to get out just before it went up in flames. in cuba, former president fidel castro turning 90. he criticized president obama for a speech that he gave during
last year. and cubans celebrating by making a cigar 100 yards long. >> it would be one. >> three of them. i'm kidding pip thought you said 300. i thought you said 300. >> really? >> that would be his golf drive. yeah, any way. after a long, 2-year break, pro football is back in los angeles. the rams, who relocated from l.a. to st. louis, after the 1994 season, pla game of the season. the rams won, 28-24. a sellout 89,000 nance the l.a. coliseum. for an autographed picture of sara haines, who can say what city the rams played in before l.a. >> st. louis. >> st. louis. >> before l.a. >> cleveland. >> i was just guessing. >> yes. >> we're thinking about the 300-yard cigar.
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welcome back to "gma." happening right now, mayhem in milwaukee. overnight, businesses set on fire. cars up in flames, a standoff between officers and protesters just hours after a police-involved shooting left a 23-year-old armed suspect dead. to south. four months' worth of rain falling in one day. at least three people dead. more than 1,000 rescued. the state of emergency is not over yet. more rain on the way. and spacex liftoff. one of the falcon nine rockets launching a satellite into orbit and landing at seat on a floating drone. that just off the florida coast.
>> spacex success. say it slowly and three times. coming up maya dirado celebrating her gold medal victories. looking ahead to after rio. h what are her plans? first, the hunt for clues in the brutal death of a jogger half mile from her mother's home. >> what could be a big break in the case as police search for what happened to the google account fight of her life. >> reporter: good morning, ryan and paula. a heart breaking story. police may be closer to finding the person who murdered her. grieving family and co-workers say she was known for her big smile and bigger heart. this morning, a possible huge lead in the murder of 27-year-old vn naeanessa mackot. >> they're focusing on one particular individual and might
crime. >> reporter: the google account manager from new york disappeared in broad daylight about a week ago. after going for a jog near her mother's home in princeton, massachusetts. seven hours later, a police canine unit found her remains in a wooded area. authorities say marcotte tried to fight off her attacker and apparently was burned on parts of her body. >> the significance of setting this victim on fire is to destroy evidence or it paranoia or delusion. >> reporter: this is the first homicide in three decades for this normally quiet new england town. >> we don't know if this was a random act. we're asking the public to be careful and to be vigilant. >> reporter: it's the second high-profile case in a week's time, involving a young woman killed in broad daylight on a
vetrano was found. this has the people in boston on edge. knowing a killer is still on the loose. >> doors are unlocked often. but not anymore. >> reporter: and so far, police have not given a a motive or nad a suspect. we're still waiting for the autopsy report to find out exactly how she died. she was a boston university and her company, google, saying she was known for her volunteer work. a lot of people grieving her death right now. >> a lot of people wanting to find out what happened to her. thank you. >> thank you. let's check in with rob. extreme heat in the west? >> we have underserved our friends in the west. especially in california, it's been hot out there. torrid conditions. critical fire dangers for the
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welcome back, everyone. team usa swimming has been dominant in rio. and one of the surprise sensations has been maya dirado. the 23-year-old has garnered two gold, a silver, and a bronze in what is her first and her last olympic games. she joins us from rio now. good morning to yo thank you for having me. >> of course. so you are a four-time olympic medalist. how does that sound? >> it's unreal. coming into the games, i just wanted to have a good experience. maybe medal in three of my events. i got put on a relay. it was a dream come true. now to have these around my neck is, pretty unbelievable. >> it looks a little heavy. let's talk that dramatic win a
hosszu. you gave it your all. came there behind, broke a nail at the finish. >> yeah, to have the race come down that close, i have great sponsors, like bmw who goes beyond writing a check, financial support. they've created technology that hl opens my underwater ps. crazy. i was lucky to get my hand on the wall first. there's a lot of training and hard work that goes into that. is the you're a newly wed. i nou know after that win, it was an you emotional moment with your family. the first time you have seen or touched them in about a month. how emotional was that for you? >> it was a dream come true to give them a hug after putting a
that was one of the only times in my life, probably the only time in my life i'll get to do that. i was so glad they were there and i got to see them. and they shared that moment with me. >> you've been dominant. of the 61 medals, u.s. swimming has 33. 16 gold. is there something magical going on with team usa in the pool? >> there absolutely is. i think that's the way to describe it. we put in so much hard work over these four years. we have the best support staff in the world. the be able to help us achieve our goals. at the end, it comes down to a little bit of magic that helps you get your hand on the wall and get medals for your team. >> you have a degree from stanford in management and engineering. you said this was your last on limp ing games. are you sure you're ready to retire? >> yeah, i'm sure. you know, i have exciting things coming on in the rest of my life.
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excessive heat warnings continue today. it's downright dangerous out there. already two people have died in philadelphia because of the heat. heat is the number one weather-related killer. how do you keep yourself safe? abc news chief women's health correspondent dr. jen ashton joins us. >> good morning. rob. >> what is the number one thing? >> we have to take this in the news. all the time. and i think people can kind of turn a deaf ear to it. this is not just for areas you're saying are involved in heat waves. this is about humidity and normal summer temperatures. it's not just a risk for the very old, very young, or those with chronic illnesses or medications. we hear every single year, high school athletes, collegiate athletes dying of this. these are tragic deaths because
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okay. simone biles was getting the hollywood treatment. accepting the invitation to visit the set of one of her favorite shows, "pretty little liars." >> we're so proud of you because you're rocking it over there. congrats on the final five. go team usa! >> that's awesome. simone didn't hesitate to accept. she got a life zac efron. i have a life-sized cutout, too, but i'm not telling you of who? >> rob marciano the. >> it's behind there. it's amazing. and the olympic sport of table tennis son a different level. check out the images of the top players in rio putting their mark on the game.
the most flattering moments. but, hey, they're at the olympics. we're not. speaking of victory, we're going to battle it out for the title of "gma" champions. i'm not promising a high-quality game or that we'll adhere to any standard of rules. we have our own competition. it's the women, against the boys. >> bring it, sara. >> wron will keep us honest. we trust that he'll tell the truth, the whole truth, nothing t >> serve? >> you. >> go, rob. >> go, rob. >> 1-0. >> serve to me. i want to play. >> yeah. >> 1-1. go, go, go. >> let's do this. >> oh. >> strike one. >> that should be a whiff. >> don't you get two streaks. >> 2-1. >> come on. >> go. >> wait, wait, we still have a
>> 2-2. >> oh. >> ow. >> i want to win. i want to win fair. >> oh. >> 4-2, go, go, go, go, go. 4-3, 4-3. >> don't hit it! >> get a little volley. >> 4-4. >> i'm in the wrong division. i can play better than all of you. >> 5- >> oh! >> 5-5. >> okay, okay. >> yes. >> 6-5. >> yes. >> kill it. >> it's over. >> who won? >> 7-5, last thing i can tell. 7-5. >> protect yourself. >> wait, wait, wait.
martha has a big show coming up. >> martha, save the segment. >> we're journalists at the end of the day. have great weekend, everybody. ryan, thank you for being here. >> live, from wcvb channel 5, this is an eye-opener update. >> that you so much for joining us. >> we are following several breaking stories i had on the eye-opener at 8:00. the rescue mission -- passengers pulled to safety overnight as they clung onto a sinking boat. >> chaos erecting on the streets
shooting that sparked a violent night in that city. >> gop nominee donald trump rallying support in a predominately blue state, his pitch to voters in connecticut. >> those stories in just a moment, but we check on those thunderstorms that roared through, overnight. >> they may visit us again as we head into the afternoon. high temperatures today in the 90's. it is going to be a warm one. temperatures right heat and humidity in place, we have a chance of seeing afternoon thunderstorm. heat advisories and extensive heat -- excessive heat warnings in place. how warm are we talking? up to 102 for the feels-like temperature. heat indexes in this area, 105 to 108. in boston, our temperature
drop off. there could be a scattered thunderstorm that pops up, this afternoon. not a guarantee, in fact most of us probably won't see anything. overall, threat of thunderstorms, but most of us will miss out and tonight will be another muggy night. the next couple of days, get used to the little bit and the humidity will drop as well, but we have to wait until later in the week until the humidity really drops. we will talk about four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year.
four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent of students who don't attend charter schools. let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few. vote no on question 2. dear fellow citizen, i know what it's like to live a full life. but living for today doesn't mean forgetting about tomorrow. than they do for retirement. but i like to think of retirement like it's a 30-year vacation. so how are you going to get there? don't worry. it just takes some planning. and i can help. so if you have a question about retirement, ask me. sincerely, bernard tynes
>> breaking news. chaos and violence erupting after a fatal police-involved shooting in milwaukee. the riot police and the massive fire. also breaking overnight, the coast guard rescues 6 people clinging to a sinking boat in dorchester bay. the new information coming in this the heat and humidity are making a comeback. and the potential for another round of storms i'm tracking in the hours ahead. you're watching boston's news leader. good morning this is i center thunderstorms booming overnight. five. take a look at the lighting in groton. it's sunday august 14. good morning. i'm doug meehan.